Tuesday, July 28, 2015
Marco Melgrati’s clean, conceptual illustration style is a favorite at Variety magazine lately. Two recent assignments include an article on the complex subtext of Emmy Award nomination snubs…
David Plunkert’s cover and interior illustrations for Stanford Lawyer magazine accompanied a feature on lawyers who choose to go into public service by using their skills to lead non-profit organizations.
Kyle Hilton’s latest project for Chronicle Books is here: “Literary Paper Dolls.” William Shakespeare, Ernest Hemingway, Virginia Woolf, and more come to life in Kyle's playful hilariously deadpan illustrations, accompanied by bookish trivia and scholarly accoutrements. Order it now in Theispot.com Bookstore!
Ruth Rowland’s free-range hand lettering style was once more requested by Rolling Stone Bill Wyman for his first solo album since 1982, Back to Basics. Having developed Wyman’s website logo previously, Ruth was delighted to be asked back!
Kevin Sprouls provided a series of color spot illustrations for Conde Nast Traveler magazine, to accompany a reader survey on Airport Domestic Lounges. Kevin illustrated select opinions on various perks offered by competing airlines.
Monday, July 27, 2015
Richard Borge’s illustration for the Boston Globe yesterday accompanied "The Power of Slow Thinking," an article arguing for the wise, controlled energy of a slow thinker, rather than the automatic, reactive energy of a fast thinker.